Some 95 of the assaults and shootings were carried out by loyalists and republicans from November 2016 to October 2017; up from 89 in the same period in 2015/16 and 88 in 2014/15.
The figures – obtained from the PSNI by DUP MP Jim Shannon – are broken down by parliamentary constituency.
He said that they do not include killings resulting from paramilitary attacks, which police classify as security-related deaths.
They reveal that Belfast West had the highest number of attacks (55) over the three-year period. A total of 20 attacks were recorded in the constituency in 2016/17, up from 17 the previous year.
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Belfast North saw the second highest number of paramilitary-style attacks (15) in 2016/17, followed by East Antrim with 10 attacks.
Strangford saw the biggest rise in attacks over the last year, with 10 recorded in 2016/17, compared to three over the previous 12-month period.
There were no recorded attacks in either Fermanagh-South Tyrone or Newry and Armagh over the past three years.